marmot

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marmot
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Any of several large ground-dwelling rodents of the genera Marmota and Cynomys in the squirrel family
{n} a quadruped that burrows in the earth
{i} any of a number of stout-bodied burrowing rodents with coarse fur and a short bushy tail
The bobac is another European species
a small European or American animal with fur and short front legs which lives under the ground (marmotte). Any of about 14 species (genus Marmota) of stout-bodied, diurnal, terrestrial squirrels found in North America, Europe, and Asia. Marmots are 12-24 in. (30-60 cm) long, excluding the short tail, and weigh 7-17 lbs (3-7.5 kg). Most species live in burrows or among boulders. They frequently sit upright and emit a whistling alarm call. Marmots live almost entirely on green plants, storing fat for hibernation. The black-and-white hoary marmot (M. caligata), of Siberia and northwestern North America, which hibernates for up to nine months, is hunted for food and fur. The yellow-bellied marmot (M. flaviventris) inhabits the western U.S. and British Columbia. See also woodchuck
Any one of several species of ground squirrels or gophers of the genus Spermophilus; also, the prairie dog
Any rodent of the genus Arctomys
The common European marmot A
marmotta is about the size of a rabbit, and inhabits the higher regions of the Alps and Pyrenees
stocky coarse-furred burrowing rodent with a short bushy tail found throughout the northern hemisphere; hibernates in winter
The common American species A
monax is the woodchuck
Himalayan marmot
A marmot living on the Himalayan mountains, Marmota himalayana; closely related to the groundhog
Vancouver Island marmot
a species of marmot, Marmota vancouverensis, found only on Vancouver Island
hoary marmot
A small rodent of the species Marmota caligata
whistling marmot
A hoary marmot
hoary marmot
large North American mountain marmot
marmots
plural of marmot
marmots
marmota
prairie marmot
{i} prairie dog, burrowing rodent of the squirrel family that has light brown fur and lives in the prairies of North America
yellowbelly marmot
heavy-bodied yellowish-brown marmot of rocky areas of western North America
Englisch - Türkisch
dağ sıçanı

Dağ sıçanı ölümsüzdür. - The marmot is immortal.

marmot
dağ sıçan

Dağ sıçanı ölümsüzdür. - The marmot is immortal.

i., zool. dağsıçanı, marmot
(isim) dağ sıçanı
bobak
dağsıçanı
prairie marmot
çayır sıçanı
prairie marmot
cayır sıçanı
Französisch - Türkisch
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croquer le marmot
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marmot

    Silbentrennung

    mar·mot

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ 'mär-m&t ] (noun.) 1607. Middle French marmote, from Old French marmotaine, marmontaine, murmontain, from Old Franco-Provençal marmotan, Vulgar Latin mures montani, from Latin mus monti 'mountain rat', from Classical Latin mus alpini; akin to Romansch (Engadine) murmont, Old High German muremunto, German dialectal Murmentel, standard Murmeltier.

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